Scam Alert-Customers in CGEMC Territory

scam alertCentral Georgia EMC has been notified by multiple customers that they have received phone calls from scammers demanding payment of their electric service or they would be immediately be cut off.

Central Georgia EMC does use phone contact to communicate important information; those phone calls will come from 770-775-7857.  If your caller id shows any other number for Central Georgia EMC,  hang up and call 770-775-7857.

If you are provided any information by the scammers, please report that information to local law enforcement immediately.

Central Georgia EMC Is Prepared For Severe Weather

The threat of severe weather is upon us. In the event of a power outage, you can trust that Central Georgia EMC is ready to respond.

The primary cause of most power outages comes from damage to power lines due to falling trees and branches. We work year round, through right-of-way clearing, to ensure power lines in our service territory stand little risk of being damaged by trees, branches, or other types of vegetation.

Despite our best efforts, during major storms, damage can occur to substations and power lines. When this happens, our priority is safely restoring power to as many members as possible in the shortest amount of time.

We start by mobilizing our line crews and other critical staff. Every phone line available is utilized to take your outage report calls. The big problems are handled first – our line crews inspect substations to determine if the problem starts there, or if there could be an issue down the line. If the root of the problem is at the substation, power can be restored to thousands of members.

Next, line crews check the service lines that deliver power to neighborhoods and communities. Line crews repair the damaged lines, restoring power to hundreds of people. If you continue to experience an outage, there may be damage to a tap line outside of your home or business. Make sure you notify Central Georgia EMC so crews can inspect these lines.

We will do our best to avoid power outages, but sometimes Mother Nature has other plans. During major outages, use your smartphone to see the latest restoration updates on our Facebook (CentralGeorgiaEMC) and Twitter (@CentralGAEMC) pages.

Ways to Save: with CGEMC Rebates

Customer-owners who purchase and install new total-electric HVAC and water heater equipment in 2017 are eligible for a rebate. Upgrading outdated or failing systems with energy-efficient alternatives optimizes the efficiency of your home, saving both money and energy.



For more information regarding our rebates, visit our rebates page.

E-Bill Holiday Bill Credit Winners

Congratulations to the following members who all participate in
E-Bill. Their names have been drawn as one of our five, $100 electric bill credit winners.

  • Jack Grote of Macon
  • Brandy Nieman of Jackson
  • Bill Robbins of Macon
  • Tommy Visaggio of McDonough
  • Miguel Rodriguez of Hampton

Are you an E-Bill Customer?

Join our customers-owners who are already enrolled in E-Bill.  If you are looking for an easy and convenient way to securely receive and view your electric bill online, then E-Bill is for you.  You will also have the option to pay your bill from your mobile device or computer and to sign up for reminders and alerts to notify you by phone, text, and email.

Central Georgia EMC Unclaimed Capital Credit Checks

Each year Central Georgia EMC publishes a list of unclaimed capital credit refunds on our website. This list contains the names of customers who were issued a capital credit check; however, the check was never deposited or cashed.

Central Georgia EMC does not utilize the services of an outside party to locate individuals whose names appear on the list of unclaimed capital credit refunds. Customers may view this list here. If you see your name on the list or the name of someone you know, please contact our office at 770-775-7857 or 1-800-222-4877.